New Mineral Directory launched
[Dunboyne, Ireland] -- Alltech and Context Products have recently published a new reference guide entitled The Minerals Directory, an essential review of minerals and trace minerals in livestock with key information from aluminium to zinc.
The publication gives readers an overview of 27 minerals and trace minerals in animal nutrition. It contains information on mineral sources, functions, benefits, absorption, metabolism, antagonists, requirements and more.
As performance levels of all classes of farm livestock increase, micro-nutrition is becoming more crucial. The book covers the role of minerals and trace minerals in a number of species including ruminants, poultry, sheep, pigs and horses.
The Minerals Directory is written for nutritionists, feed industry experts, animal producers and for all those interested in diet formulation.? The book was coordinated and written by Dr. Wesley Ewing and Sally J. Charlton.
For a copy of the directory please contact Context Products Ltd:
Context Products Ltd
53 Mill Street, Packington, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, LE65 1WN, England
Telephone: +44 1530 411337
Or log onto www.contextbookshop/minerals.
Dr. Wesley Ewing
The international success of The FEEDS Directory by Ewing proved the need for further easy-to-use guides on animal nutrition and especially minerals. Ewing has both a commercial and technical knowledge of animal nutrition, having worked in the industry for 20 years for global leaders such as Cargill and Provimi. He was the General Manager for a UK animal nutrition and health company before establishing Context.
Sally J. Charlton
Sally Charlton has broad knowledge of mineral nutrition having worked in managerial and advisory positions in the animal feed industry for the last 15 years. She was a product manager for Trouw Nutrition, a leading European manufacturer of premixes and speciality feed. She was a member of the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions and has been a consultant animal nutritionist in South Africa and Canada over the last seven years.